Don't get baited.
This game has the worst tutorial ever created. The controls are clunky and you have to jump through hoops to play 5v5 pvp.
It is terribly unpolished and not worth the time. Dragons don't move by the standard right click to location they follow the mouse cursor, you press spacebar to fly backwards like a hummingbird and each dragon gets 2 skills only. You bring a weapon from the cash shop into battle that gives you 2 other abilities.
There are tons of dragons to choose from but the game doesn't feel like it has a core element. There are dragons that clearly outrank others in terms of innate abilities. The games in game graphics are worse than they are in screenshots. The screenshots for this game seem to have been touched up to give it a better presentation.
Comparing this to other MOBA/ARTS games out there, I rather play any other one than this.
Edit: I have played a couple of multiplayer games as you can see to my play time; it’s really a cluster♥♥♥♥ of things going on. The Map isn't that intuitive given the movement limitations and controls.
I've used a golem type dragon that fires boulders that ricochet when they hit an enemy or wall. Together with a Purple rod that allowed me to set mines and automatically teleport me to the nearest gold roost.
During many exchanges I noticed players talk in the lobby about the weapon they purchased from the shop given them a distinct advantage.
The main problem with control is the fact that all of your abilities directly are targeted at wherever your mouse cursor is. What causes the rift is that your dragon also follows the cursor religiously for movement. So when fighting you have to constantly be flying backward or standing still to get the 8 way directional aiming to do what you want.
Standing still in a fight is never the answer, Flying backward slows down your movement considerably to almost about half. If the controls where polished a bit more and maybe rework the 5v5 map to better compliment the fact we are using dragons more it could have been a good niche market.
There are tons of dragons to pick from and weapons to accompany them, variety is good. With the already oversaturation of the ARTS/MOBA market I can't recommend this game over anything else in its current state.